Sunday, November 30, 2008

Myths, folklore & symbolism

"The cross of St. Andrew was the sign used for the Scottish flag before Scotland's union with England. The Union Jack, today's British flag, is a combination of the English St. George's cross (white), the Scottish cross of St. Andrew (white on blue), and the Irish cross of St. Patrick (red)."

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